Strong's Hebrew Dictionary (KJV)

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(5196) Nta`iym [net-aw-eem']

plural of 'neta`' (neta`); Netaim, a place in Palestine:--plants.

(5197) nataph [naw-taf']

a primitive root; to ooze, i.e. distil gradually; by implication, to fall in drops; figuratively, to speak by inspiration:--drop(-ping), prophesy(-et).

(5198) nataph [naw-tawf']

from 'nataph' (nataph); a drop; specifically, an aromatic gum (probably stacte):--drop, stacte.

(5199) Ntophah [net-o-faw']

from 'nataph' (nataph); distillation; Netophah, a place in Palestine:--Netophah.

(5200) Ntophathiy [net-o-faw-thee']

patronymic from 'Ntophah' (Ntophah); a Netophathite, or inhabitant of Netophah:--Netophathite.

(5201) natar [naw-tar']

a primitive root; to guard; figuratively, to cherish (anger):--bear grudge, keep(-er), reserve.

(5202) ntar [net-ar']

(Aramaic) corresponding to 'natar' (natar); to retain:--keep.

(5203) natash [naw-tash']

a primitive root; properly, to pound, i.e. smite; by implication (as if beating out, and thus expanding) to disperse; also, to thrust off, down, out or upon (inclusively, reject, let alone, permit, remit, etc.):--cast off, drawn, let fall, forsake, join (battle), leave (off), lie still, loose, spread (self) abroad, stretch out, suffer.

(5204) niy [nee]

a doubtful word; apparently from 'nahah' (nahah); lamentation:-- wailing.

(5205) niyd [need]

from 'nuwd' (nuwd); motion (of the lips in speech):--moving.

(5206) niydah [nee-daw']

feminine of 'niyd' (niyd); removal, i.e. exile:--removed.

(5207) nichowach [nee-kho'-akh]

or niychoach {nee-kho'-akh}; from 'nuwach' (nuwach); properly, restful, i.e. pleasant; abstractly, delight:--sweet (odour).

(5208) niychowach [nee-kho'-akh]

(Aramaic) or (shorter) niychoach (Aramaic) {nee-kho'-akh}; corresponding to 'nichowach' (nichowach); pleasure:--sweet odour (savour).

(5209) niyn [neen]

from 'nuwn' (nuwn); progeny:--son.

(5210) Niynveh [nee-nev-ay']

of foreign origin; Nineveh, the capital of Assyria:--Nineveh.

(5211) niyc [neece]

from 'nuwc' (nuwc); fugitive:--that fleeth.

(5212) Niycan [nee-sawn']

probably of foreign origin; Nisan, the first month of the Jewish sacred year:--Nisan.

(5213) niytsowts [nee-tsotes']

from 'natsats' (natsats); a spark:--spark.

(5214) niyr [neer]

a root probably identical with that of 'niyr' (niyr), through the idea of the gleam of a fresh furrow; to till the soil:--break up.

(5215) niyr [neer]

or nir {neer}; from 'niyr' (niyr); properly, plowing, i.e. (concretely) freshly plowed land:--fallow ground, plowing, tillage.

(5216) niyr [neer]

or nir {neer}; also neyr {nare}; or ner {nare}; or (feminine) nerah {nay-raw'}; from a primitive root (see 'niyr' (niyr); 'nuwr' (nuwr)) properly, meaning to glisten; a lamp (i.e. the burner) or light (literally or figuratively):--candle, lamp, light.

(5217) naka' [naw-kaw']

a primitive root; to smite, i.e. drive away:--be viler.

(5218) nake' [naw-kay']

or nakat {naw-kaw'}; from 'naka'' (naka'); smitten, i.e. (figuratively) afflicted:--broken, stricken, wounded.

(5219) nko'th [nek-ohth']

from 'nake'' (nake'); properly, a smiting, i.e. (concretely) an aromatic gum (perhaps styrax) (as powdered):--spicery(-ces).

(5220) neked [neh'-ked]

from an unused root meaning to propagate; offspring:--nephew, son's son.

(5221) nakah [naw-kaw']

a primitive root; to strike (lightly or severely, literally or figuratively):--beat, cast forth, clap, give (wounds), X go forward, X indeed, kill, make (slaughter), murderer, punish, slaughter, slay(-er, -ing), smite(-r, -ing), strike, be stricken, (give) stripes, X surely, wound.

(5222) nekeh [nay-keh']

from 'nakah' (nakah); a smiter, i.e. (figuratively) traducer:--abject.

(5223) nakeh [naw-keh']

smitten, i.e. (literally) maimed, or (figuratively) dejected:--contrite, lame.

(5224) Nkow [nek-o']

probably of Egyptian origin; Neko, an Egyptian king:--Necho. Compare 'Par`oh Nkoh' (Par`oh Nkoh).

(5225) Nakown [naw-kone']

from 'kuwn' (kuwn); prepared; Nakon, probably an Israelite:--Nachon.

(5226) nekach [nay'-kakh]

from an unused root meaning to be straightforward; properly, the fore part; used adverbially, opposite:--before, over against.

(5227) nokach [no'-kakh]

from the same as 'nekach' (nekach); properly, the front part; used adverbially (especially with preposition), opposite, in front of, forward, in behalf of:--(over) against, before, direct(-ly), for, right (on).

(5228) nakoach [naw-ko'-akh]

from the same as 'nekach' (nekach); straightforward, i.e. (figuratively), equitable, correct, or (abstractly), integrity:--plain, right, uprightness.

(5229) nkochah [nek-o-khaw']

feminine of 'nakoach' (nakoach); properly, straightforwardness, i.e. (figuratively) integrity, or (concretely) a truth:--equity, right (thing), uprightness.

(5230) nakal [naw-kal']

a prim root; to defraud, i.e. act treacherously:--beguile, conspire, deceiver, deal subtilly.

(5231) nekel [nay'-kel]

from 'nakal' (nakal); deceit:--wile.

(5232) nkac [nek-as']

(Aramaic) corresponding to 'nekec' (nekec):--goods.

(5233) nekec [neh'-kes]

from an unused root meaning to accumulate; treasure:--riches, wealth.

(5234) nakar [naw-kar']

a primitive root; properly, to scrutinize, i.e. look intently at; hence (with recognition implied), to acknowledge, be acquainted with, care for, respect, revere, or (with suspicion implied), to disregard, ignore, be strange toward, reject, resign, dissimulate (as if ignorant or disowning):--acknowledge, X could, deliver, discern, dissemble, estrange, feign self to be another, know, take knowledge (notice), perceive, regard, (have) respect, behave (make) self strange(-ly).

(5235) neker [neh'-ker]

or noker {no'-ker}; from 'nakar' (nakar); something strange, i.e. unexpected calamity:--strange.

(5236) nekar [nay-kawr']

' from 'nakar' (nakar); foreign, or (concretely) a foreigner, or (abstractly) heathendom:--alien, strange (+ -er).

(5237) nokriy [nok-ree']

from 'neker' (neker) (second form); strange, in a variety of degrees and applications (foreign, non-relative, adulterous, different, wonderful):--alien, foreigner, outlandish, strange(-r, woman).

(5238) nkoth [nek-oth']

probably for 'nko'th' (nko'th); spicery, i.e. (generally) valuables:--precious things.

(5239) nalah [naw-law']

apparently a primitive root; to complete:--make an end.

(5240) nmibzeh [nem-ib-zeh']

from 'bazah' (bazah), despised:--vile.

(5241) Nmuw'el [nem-oo-ale']

apparently for 'Ymuw'el' (Ymuw'el); Nemuel, the name of two Israelites:--Nemuel.

(5242) Nmuw'eliy [nem-oo-ay-lee']

from 'Nmuw'el' (Nmuw'el); a Nemuelite, or descendant of Nemuel:--Nemuelite.

(5243) namal [naw-mal']

a primitive root; to become clipped or (specifically) circumcised:--(branch to) be cut down (off), circumcise.

(5244) nmalah [nem-aw-law']

feminine from 'namal' (namal); an ant (probably from its almost bisected form):--ant.

(5245) nmar [nem-ar']

(Aramaic) corresponding to 'namer' (namer):--leopard.

(5246) namer [naw-mare']

from an unused root meaning properly, to filtrate, i.e. be limpid (comp 'Nimrah' (Nimrah) and 'Nimriym' (Nimriym)); and thus to spot or stain as if by dripping; a leopard (from its stripes):--leopard.

(5247) Nimrah [nim-raw']

from the same as 'namer' (namer); clear water; Nimrah, a place East of the Jordan:--Nimrah. See also 'Beyth Nimrah' (Beyth Nimrah), 'Nimriym' (Nimriym).

(5248) Nimrowd [nim-rode']

or Nimrod {nim-rode'}; probably of foreign origin; Nimrod, a son of Cush:--Nimrod.

(5249) Nimriym [nim-reem']

plural of a masculine corresponding to 'Nimrah' (Nimrah); clear waters; Nimrim, a place East of the Jordan:--Nimrim. Compare 'Beyth Nimrah' (Beyth Nimrah).

(5250) Nimshiy [nim-shee']

probably from 'mashah' (mashah); extricated; Nimshi, the (grand-)father of Jehu:--Nimshi.

(5251) nec [nace]

from 'nacac' (nacac); a flag; also a sail; by implication, a flagstaff; generally a signal; figuratively, a token:--banner, pole, sail, (en-)sign, standard.

(5252) ncibbah [nes-ib-baw']

feminine participle passive of 'cabab' (cabab); properly, an environment, i.e. circumstance or turn of affairs:--cause.

(5253) nacag [naw-sag']

a primitive root; to retreat:--departing away, remove, take (hold), turn away.

(5254) nacah [naw-saw']

a primitive root; to test; by implication, to attempt:--adventure, assay, prove, tempt, try.

(5255) nacach [naw-sakh']

a primitive root; to tear away:--destroy, pluck, root.

(5256) ncach [nes-akh']

(Aramaic) corresponding to 'nacach' (nacach):--pull down.

(5257) nciyk [nes-eek']

from 'nacak' (nacak); properly, something poured out, i.e. a libation; also a molten image; by implication, a prince (as anointed):--drink offering, duke, prince(-ipal).

(5258) nacak [naw-sak']

a primitive root; to pour out, especially a libation, or to cast (metal); by analogy, to anoint a king:--cover, melt, offer, (cause to) pour (out), set (up).

(5259) nacak [naw-sak']

a primitive root (probably identical with 'nacak' (nacak) through the idea of fusion); to interweave, i.e. (figuratively) to overspread:--that is spread.

(5260) ncak [nes-ak']

(Aramaic) corresponding to 'nacak' (nacak); to pour out a libation:--offer.

(5261) ncak [nes-ak']

(Aramaic) corresponding to 'necek' (necek); a libation:--drink offering.

(5262) necek [neh'-sek]

or necek {nay'-sek}; from 'nacak' (nacak); a libation; also a cast idol:--cover, drink offering, molten image.

(5263) nacac [naw-sas']

a primitive root; to wane, i.e. be sick:--faint.

(5264) nacac [naw-sas']

a primitive root; to gleam from afar, i.e. to be conspicuous as a signal; or rather perhaps a denominative from 'nec' (nec) (and identical with 'nacac' (nacac), through the idea of a flag as fluttering in the wind); to raise a beacon:--lift up as an ensign.

(5265) naca` [naw-sah']

a primitive root; properly, to pull up, especially the tent-pins, i.e. start on a journey:--cause to blow, bring, get, (make to) go (away, forth, forward, onward, out), (take) journey, march, remove, set aside (forward), X still, be on his (go their) way.

(5266) nacaq [naw-sak']

a primitive root; to go up:--ascend.

(5267) ncaq [nes-ak']

(Aramaic) corresponding to 'nacaq' (nacaq):--take up.

(5268) Nicrok [nis-roke']

of foreign origin; Nisrok, a Babylonian idol:--Nisroch.

(5269) Ne`ah [nay-aw']

from 'nuwa`' (nuwa`); motion; Neah, a place in Palestine:--Neah.

(5270) No`ah [no-aw']

from 'nuwa`' (nuwa`); movement; Noah, an Israelitess:--Noah.

(5271) na`uwr [naw-oor']

or naur {naw-oor'}; and (feminine) nturah {neh- oo-raw'}; properly, passive participle from 'na`ar' (na`ar) as denominative; (only in plural collectively or emphatic form) youth, the state (juvenility) or the persons (young people):--childhood, youth.

(5272) N`iy'el [neh-ee-ale']

from 'nuwa`' (nuwa`) and ''el' ('el); moved of God; Neiel, a place in Palestine:--Neiel.

(5273) na`iym [naw-eem']

from 'na`em' (na`em); delightful (objective or subjective, literal or figurative):--pleasant(-ure), sweet.

(5274) na`al [naw-al']

a primitive root; properly, to fasten up, i.e. with a bar or cord; hence (denominative from 'na`al' (na`al)), to sandal, i.e. furnish with slippers:--bolt, inclose, lock, shoe, shut up.

(5275) na`al [nah'-al]

or (feminine) na;alah {nah-al-aw'}; from 'na`al' (na`al); properly, a sandal tongue; by extens. a sandal or slipper (sometimes as a symbol of occupancy, a refusal to marry, or of something valueless):--dryshod, (pair of) shoe((-latchet), -s).

(5276) na`em [naw-ame']

a primitive root; to be agreeable (literally or figuratively):--pass in beauty, be delight, be pleasant, be sweet.

(5277) Na`am [nah'-am]

from 'na`em' (na`em); pleasure; Naam, an Israelite:--Naam.

(5278) no`am [no'-am]

from 'na`em' (na`em); agreeableness, i.e. delight, suitableness, splendor or grace:--beauty, pleasant(-ness).

(5279) Na`amah [nah-am-aw']

feminine of 'Na`am' (Na`am); pleasantness; Naamah, the name of an antediluvian woman, of an Ammonitess, and of a place in Palestine:--Naamah.

(5280) Na`amiy [nah-am-ee']

patronymic from 'Na`aman' (Na`aman); a Naamanite, or descendant of Naaman (collectively):--Naamites.

(5281) No`omiy [no-om-ee']

from 'no`am' (no`am); pleasant; Noomi, an Israelitess:--Naomi.

(5282) na`aman [nah-am-awn']

from 'na`em' (na`em); pleasantness (plural as concrete):--pleasant.

(5283) Na`aman [nah-am-awn']

the same as 'na`aman' (na`aman); Naaman, the name of an Israelite and of a Damascene:--Naaman.

(5284) Na`amathiy [nah-am-aw-thee']

patrial from a place corresponding in name (but not identical) with 'Na`amah' (Na`amah); a Naamathite, or inhabitant of Naamah:--Naamathite.

(5285) na`atsuwts [nah-ats-oots']

from an unused root meaning to prick; probably a brier; by implication, a thicket of thorny bushes:--thorn.

(5286) na`ar [naw-ar']

a primitive root; to growl:--yell.

(5287) na`ar [naw-ar']

a primitive root (probably identical with 'na`ar' (na`ar), through the idea of the rustling of mane, which usually accompanies the lion's roar); to tumble about:--shake (off, out, self), overthrow, toss up and down.

(5288) na`ar [nah'-ar]

from 'na`ar' (na`ar); (concretely) a boy (as active), from the age of infancy to adolescence; by implication, a servant; also (by interch. of sex), a girl (of similar latitude in age):--babe, boy, child, damsel (from the margin), lad, servant, young (man).

(5289) na`ar [nah'-ar]

from 'na`ar' (na`ar) in its derivative sense of tossing about; a wanderer:--young one.

(5290) no`ar [no'-ar]

from 'na`ar' (na`ar); (abstractly) boyhood (compare 'na`ar' (na`ar)):--child, youth.

(5291) na`arah [nah-ar-aw']

feminine of 'na`ar' (na`ar); a girl (from infancy to adolescence):--damsel, maid(-en), young (woman).

(5292) Na`arah [nah-ar-aw']

the same as 'na`arah' (na`arah); Naarah, the name of an Israelitess, and of a place in Palestine:--Naarah, Naarath.

(5293) Na`aray [nah-ar-ah'-ee]

from 'na`ar' (na`ar); youthful; Naarai, an Israelite:--Naarai.

(5294) Ne`aryah [neh-ar-yaw']

from 'na`ar' (na`ar) and 'Yahh' (Yahh); servant of Jah; Nearjah, the name of two Israelites:--Neariah.

(5295) Na`aran [nah-ar-awn']

from 'na`ar' (na`ar); juvenile; Naaran, a place in Palestine:--Naaran.

(5296) n`oreth [neh-o'-reth]

from 'na`ar' (na`ar); something shaken out, i.e. tow (as the refuse of flax):--tow.